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SF Publishing in 2019: more developments in short fiction

It can be an ugly business, being proved right. I was forcibly reminded of this about three weeks ago, a week in which two things happened of note in my journey through the world of SF publishing. (By which I … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2019: short fiction and the Nebula Awards

When an empire dominates the world…its decline and fall is inescapable. Yet you should take care when poking around the ashes of fallen greatness. Be respectful. For they retain an indestructible seed from which, one day, they may rise again. … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2018: The latest industry stats from Data Guy

This is part of a series of posts about recent developments in English language science fiction publishing in the US and UK that have caught my eye. Data Guy, with the support of Hugh Howey setting him up at authorearnings.com … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2018: The new writers of science fiction

This is part of a series of posts about recent developments in English language science fiction publishing in the US and UK that have caught my eye. For an aspect of life that, let’s face it, is inescapable, growing old … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2017 pt.5 The end of bookstores.

This is part of a series of posts about developments in English language science fiction publishing in the US and UK that caught my eye during 2017, along with predictions for 2018. I’ll explain why I’m restricting myself to these … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2017 pt.4 – Can I have dragons and man chests with my spaceship?

This is part of a series of posts about developments in English language science fiction publishing in the US and UK that caught my eye during 2017, along with predictions for 2018. I’ll explain why I’m restricting myself to these … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2017 pt.3 Collaboration: Let’s work together… and make a killing.

This is part of a series of posts about developments in English language science fiction publishing in the US and UK that caught my eye during 2017, along with predictions for 2018. I’ll explain why I’m restricting myself to these … Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2017 pt.2 – Science fiction is still booming.

The boom in science fiction publishing continued during 2017, but how realistic is it to earn a living? Continue reading

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SF Publishing in 2017 pt.1 – The year NewPub came to stay.

Forget Self-Publishing vs Traditional Publishing, 2017 science fiction was about NewPub. Continue reading

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Dying in the service of the Human Legion

I’m quiet because I’ve been busy! I’m over 60,000 words into the fourth book of my new series, The Human Legion. I’m writing this with my new partner, Ian Whates, and that’s going very well indeed. Just passed 55,000 sales … Continue reading

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